Harvey Price sips orange squash as he joins Katie Price at nightclub

Katie Price was joined by her son Harvey for a joint appearance at Acapulco Nightclub in Halifax, West Yorkshire, on Friday night.

The former glamour model, who reportedly "charged party-goers £10 to meet her eldest", looked happy and relaxed alongside the nineteen year old.

Harvey, who has Prader-Willi Syndrome, diabetes and autism, also appeared in great spirits as he sipped on orange juice and posed with several female partygoers.

Mother of five Katie, who wore an all-black ensemble, looked thrilled at having Harvey by her side as she ensured he was looked after during the evening and entertained by a toy train.

Harvey appeared to be having a great time with his mother at his first-ever personal appearance that was first announced in March.

Partygoers at the club were reportedly charged £10 to pose for pictures with Harvey, while mum Katie had agreed to a £6k fee for attending on the night.

A source told The Sun: "Katie normally charges more, but she's agreed to appear for £6k as she's keen for Harvey to make his own money.

"It'll all go into his bank account for when he's older. It's £10 for a meet and greet so the club can pay her fee easily – people will be queuing up to meet them!"

Owner of the nightclub, Simon Jackson, told the Halifax Courier at the time of the announcement: "Acapulco are providing Harvey with a secluded area and will do everything we possibly can to make sure Harvey feels comfortable, so he can enjoy the nightlife experience just like everyone else.

"We're looking forward to meeting him."

Katie has said in the past she would love to take Harvey to a nightclub.

Previously opening up about Harvey's 18th birthday, Katie told new magazine: "We'll do something – I'll just have to Zoom the family.

"But after lockdown, I can't wait to take him to a nightclub! He'll love it.

"I'll wind him up and say, 'Do you want a beer, Harv?' Not that he even knows what it is, but he goes, 'No! Just Ribena.'"

Katie has previously said she doesn't believe Harvey should be treated differently because of his disabilities.

She said: "It's uplifting for people to think if they've got kids who have got disabilities or anything: let them have Instagram, let them show their talents off. Or, even if they don't want the exposure, don't hide away. We're all different anyway."

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